“I always talk to him and tell him to always shoot for what he wants, to be what he wants to be in life. And this ain’t the place to be at. Everybody makes mistakes, but you gotta correct them and do better. That’s why I chose this book,” says the inmate.
Top readers from across the district met at W.A. Perry Middle School to celebrate surpassing the two month reading goal.
Superintendent Dr. Craig Witherspoon challenged district one students in kindergarten through eighth grade to collectively read 750,000 books at the beginning of March.
A Midlands principal paid up on a debt Tuesday afternoon, and you won’t believe what heights she had to go to to get it done.
Mayor Steve Benjamin helps area boys and girls get in the holiday spirit with the lifelong love of reading.
With another season comes another Richland Library Friends book sale. The system is hosting its Winter Book Sale beginning Friday.
RICHLAND COUNTY, S.C. (WOLO) – Richland Library is challenging residents to stay engaged, by making an effort to keep learning this summer. The annual “Summer Learning Challenge” rewards kids, teens and adults for recording those moments in a guidebook or online. Here’s your mission: every 30 minutes that you read every library program that you attend Once you have recorded…
Barbershop Books places culturally relevant books in predominantly African-American barbershops to get more young black boys to start reading.